A trip that has worried Western governments about the possibility of military support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s armored train left the Russian region of Primorye this Sunday heading towards the North Korean border.
It was the longest trip to Russia that Kim has made since he began governing in 2011.
He met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a meeting that has worried Western governments to the extent that it could involve support for Russia’s war in Ukraine in an exchange of anti-tank missiles and North Korean artillery ammunition in exchange, for food aid, satellite technology or nuclear-powered submarines.
Additional sources • Enrique Barrueco (Voice-over)
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